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Student-Faculty Interactions and College Adjustment as Predictors of Academic Achievement
(East Carolina University, 2013)
Student-faculty interactions and college adjustment were analyzed as predictors of academic achievement. Participants included undergraduate freshmen enrolled in an Introduction to Psychology course (N = 86) from a large ...
DOES USE OF LIVESCRIBE SMART PEN RELATE TO INCREASED SELF-EFFICACY FOR LEARNING IN COLLEGE STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES?
(East Carolina University, 2015)
Self-efficacy has been shown to influence academic achievement and therefore is an important quality for students with disabilities to possess as this population tends to have lower academic self-efficacy than non-disabled ...